73 votes
Phoenixville Farmers' Market
 

top recruiters for Phoenixville Farmers' Market

  • Erin Brennan
  • 2003 days, 1 hour ago
I love PFM! Lots of yumminess & fun stuff for the kiddos. And we have the bestest farmers evah!
  • Erin Burke
  • 2001 days, 3 hours ago
Excellent local produce from friendly farmers and purveyors.
  • Nathan Rein
  • 1957 days, 9 hours ago
It supports the local economy; it's got great food; and it's a fantastic place for the community to come together.
  • Ellen Ogdin
  • 2001 days, 8 hours ago
Best place to get Pennsylvania-grown organic food. Great opportunity to take my dog for social interaction with other dogs, kids, and friendly grownups. A nice variety of vendors.

most recent votes for Phoenixville Farmers' Market

  • Becky Hoffman
  • 1918 days, 21 hours ago
Because the food is local, grown with care and without pesticides and it is a great community effort vs. big, commercial, imported "farmers markets."
  • Anonymous
  • 1953 days, 20 hours ago
I love the variety of vendors. Many of the farmers practice biodynamic or organic farming. Also some of the vendors involve local special communities. The local musicians add a nice touch.
  • Anonymous
  • 1955 days, 8 hours ago
I've been to many farmer's markets. The organizers, the vendors, and the shoppers, make this a great community event. This market also continues year-round on a limited basis with a nice selection...even Bison meat.
  • Margaret Bernroth
  • 1956 days, 9 hours ago
It's a great place with friendly local vendors. It's a bit out of my way, but when I get there I am rarely disappointed.
  • Anonymous
  • 1957 days, 2 hours ago
Incredible variety of vendors - fruits, veggies, mushrooms, meats (especially fond of the pasture-raised veal), baked goods, chocolates, cheeses, soap, coffee, honey, local artisans, etc. Some of the farms involve special communties such as Camphills residents and St. Gabriel's young men. Many of the farms follow organic or biodyanmic farming pricipals and many of the vendors selling prepared wares use local ingredients and traditional preparation methods such as those suggeted by the Weston A. Price Foundation. These factors make me comfortable buying things that I can't produce/grow myself. Great local musicans playing, the opportunity to learn/play things like "Go" or do yoga, and the children's tent make the market a community gathering place where it is easy to meet people and make friends. Phoenixville market is so much more than just a shopping place.
  • Anonymous
  • 1957 days, 6 hours ago
  • Sean Legg
  • 1957 days, 6 hours ago
I love the fresh produce and to help local farmers!!
  • Anonymous
  • 1957 days, 7 hours ago
  • Kim Feindt
  • 1957 days, 8 hours ago
I can fulfill my local social and economic and socioeconomic goals at the PFM!
  • Nathan Rein
  • 1957 days, 9 hours ago
It supports the local economy; it's got great food; and it's a fantastic place for the community to come together.